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Helen MurphyResidential Property Lawyer
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Emily BrisleyConveyancing Executive
Karen Luxton-WalshConveyancing Paralegal
Helen Murphy Residential Property Lawyer
Marie Smith Residential Property Lawyer
Simon Cooper Residential Property Lawyer
Emily Brisley Conveyancing Executive
Karen Luxton-Walsh Conveyancing Paralegal
Residential Conveyancing Articles
Barr Ellison once again sponsored the Innovation of the Year category at this year’s Cambridge Property Awards.
A landmark case has clarified the scope of an action for nuisance based on the presence of Japanese knotweed.
Tenants’ circumstances change. When can a landlord reasonably refuse a tenant’s request?
The Law Society introduced the Conveyancing Quality Scheme to provide a recognised quality standard for residential conveyancing practices. Membership will indicate a level of credibility to those firms they regularly do business with such as [...]
In recent years, a subculture has developed that has caused property owners and property developers particular concern. Known as urban exploration or urbex ...
Following on from the financial crisis, there are a higher number of repossession properties on the market and unsurprisingly there are many buyers hoping to take advantage of lower prices.
The Court of Appeal has found that a term to deal with planning permissions can be implied in a construction contract ...
The Court of Appeal has recently provided clarification to both residential and commercial landlords as to how they can reasonably withhold their consent to the assignment of a lease.
Where planning permission is granted, reasons for the grant of such planning permission may be required to be given, even where there is no statutory duty to do so.
A recent case has confirmed that a landlord may choose any reasonable option in relation to carrying out work needed on a property. A landlord may then recover those costs through the service charge.
The equity of exoneration principle states that if a spouse incurs a debt, secured against the property for his or her own benefit, the creditor must be paid out of that spouse’s share of the [...]
A recent case sheds new light on the courts’ view of an intentional breach of restrictive covenants.
The provisions of the Code reflect the priority of the government on the development of the country’s digital infrastructure. The furtherance of this aim clearly takes precedence over individual landowners’ rights.
Why have the Land Registry attempted to increase the number of applications being made by land owners to voluntarily register their land holdings?
How landowners can stop people from acquiring a right to park on your land simply and cheaply ...